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Nov 3, 2013 8:00am PST
telling them, "i just don't know if i can do this." his supposed take on bill clinton. "i like him, in doses." the splashiest claim, the obama campaign secretly did research on the possibility of replacing vice president biden with hillary clinton. >> did vice president biden know that the campaign was conducting polling and focus groups on the possibility of replacing him? >> jon, i don't know the details of that. it was something that the president would never have accepted. >> and all of this is weighing heavily on the president's poll numbers, which, george, this week, are approaching levels almost as low in the aftermath of katrina for president george bush. >>> let's begin with this book and try to clear things up, the bottom line on this potential switch between joe biden and hillary clinton, research was done, correct? >> correct. >> but what happened next? >> this was never seriously considered. never taken by the president. the president never considered this seriously. >> why was the research done? >> research is done on a lot of things. bill daley chief of staff at the
Nov 17, 2013 8:00am PST
's both young and healthy as well as the sick and the old. ultimately, if next year you don't see young people signing up the exchanges, then in 2015, that's when premiums start to go up because the insurers will say, we spent all of this money in 2014 to insure people and we now need to pass along those costs to others. >> david and matthew, what do you see as far as obama regaining the trust of the american people? >> well, to me, this is very problematic for his presidency at this point in time. if you take a look at history when presidents in their second term, drop this level in credibility, trust and approval, they never come back from that. it's very hard. absence of major crisis. i think the president is in a difficult spot on all of his legislative initiatives going forward in the next three years. >> is it a political katrina? >> first of all there's a kwal tif difference. people dying in can new orleans and people not able to get health care. from a political standpoint i s e's eerily similar. >> i disagree. it's hard on these feeding frenzy in washington to have perspective
Nov 24, 2013 8:00am PST
, obviously that goes without stating. we don't accept that kind of terminology and we hope that's not going to be part of the future, we're not going to sit around and deal with hopes or words and pretend that there's trust where it has to be built over a long period of time, so we have no illusions, this is not going to change in one fell swoop and overnight. we have a long building process to engage in here. we need to put to test iran's words and intentions. without any cobwebs, without any, you know, false assumptions, without any illusions, this is a hard road. and we will stand by israel 100% and i believe we will show that this particular approach has the ability to be able to garner greater, broader international support for whether or not iran is, in fact, following through on its commitments or not. if you ultimately have to hold them accountable because they're not doing it, you have to be able to show that you've gone through all of the diplomatic avenues available before considering other alternatives. >> mr. secretary, thank you very much for taking the time to be with us. >>
Nov 10, 2013 8:00am PST
they don't have water and they don't have food. i call this is the second storm. where the storm is well off to parts of china. but, again, that second storm, the human part that happens, george, as we watch this the next couple of weeks, months and years. >> thank you, ginger. >>> now the breakdown of those high-level negotiations over iran's nuclear program. this weekend began with hopes for a deal, but dashed yesterday after marathon talks but secretary kerry is not giving up. >> there's no question in my mind that we're closer as we leave geneva than when we came. and with good work and good faith, over the course of the next weeks, we can in fact secure our goal. >> abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran has more on this from london. terry, things seemed to take a turn when the french joined the talks? >> reporter: that's right, george. a few hours ago, there was this huge anticipation, even a giddiness in diplomatic circles that this first historic first step deal was about to be done, what happened as you point out, the french happened, as secretary kerry concluded marathon
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